by Chris Fisher. Prosochē, the practice of attention, is the fundamental spiritual attitude necessary to practice Stoicism as a way of life.[1] It is the practice of consistent, vigilant attention to impressions, assents, desires, and actions, for the purpose of creating excellence (virtue) in one’s inner self and thereby experiencing a good flow in life … Read more

How Stoics Treat Jerks

Matt Van Natta explains a commonly under-appreciated aspect of Stoic philosophy – love for others…

About Stoicism

Stoicism is a philosophy and practice that helps its user enjoy a more peaceful and contented life. Although some think of it as being about being emotionless, what Stoicism actually teaches is how to avoid harmful feelings and enjoy feelings that are healthier.   Ancient Stoicism Ancient Stoicism was a philosophy born in ancient Greece. … Read more